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Chattanooga to wrap up 2013 schedule at Alabama

Chattanooga, TN (Sports Network) - The Chattanooga football team will host six home games and wrap up a 12-game regular season in 2013 with a visit to two- time defending FBS national champion Alabama.

The Mocs will try to build on a 6-5 record under coach Russ Huesman this past season.

Chattanooga will host UT Martin in its home opener on Aug. 29 as well as Austin Peay in non-conference action on Sept. 14. The Mocs' Southern Conference home games will be against Western Carolina (Oct. 5), Furman (Oct. 12, Homecoming), The Citadel (Oct. 26) and Wofford (Nov. 9).

The road games include a non-conference visit to transitioning FBS program Georgia State (Sept. 7) and SoCon games at Georgia Southern (Sept. 28), Elon (Oct. 19), Appalachian State (Nov. 2) and Samford (Nov. 16).

The Mocs will complete the regular season in Tuscaloosa on Nov. 23 against Alabama. The Crimson Tide have won all 11 games in the series.

2013 Chattanooga Football Schedule

Thursday, Aug. 29, UT Martin, Finley Stadium

Saturday, Sept. 7, at Georgia State, Atlanta

Saturday, Sept. 14, Austin Peay, Finley Stadium

Saturday, Sept. 28, at Georgia Southern*, Statesboro, Ga.

Saturday, Oct. 5, Western Carolina*, Finley Stadium

Saturday, Oct. 12, Furman* (Homecoming Day), Finley Stadium

Saturday, Oct. 19, at Elon*, at Elon, N.C.

Saturday, Oct. 26, The Citadel*, Finley Stadium

Saturday, Nov. 2, at Appalachian State*, Boone, N.C.

Saturday, Nov. 9, Wofford*, Finley Stadium

Saturday, Nov. 16, at Samford*, Birmingham, Ala.

Saturday, Nov. 23, at Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Ala.

* - Southern Conference game

01/30 10:01:53 ET

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